Well known Dutch designer Bo Reudler and company were not so long ago invited to take part in an important restoration project in a nineteen century home near Holland Capital. They were asked to bring a touch of modern design flair to the antique bathroom interior whilst retaining some of the character and features of the original. Majority of contemporary bathrooms are shrines to sterility as well as convenience. However this design sought to bring the bathroom alive. Drawing heavily on natural forms, the copper pipes are left unfinished and exposed, to green with use and time along with the floral tile and copper sink details. Playing with classical interior features the ceiling’s cornicing gives the feel of water dripping upwards as the user kicks back in the modern antique bathroom.